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" ... successful treatment, -whether by the use of bougies or by the injection of air or water, are exceedingly small, excepting in quite recent cases, and that if the surgeon does not succeed by them promptly it is not likely that he will succeed at all. "
Medical Record - Página 36
editado por - 1874
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Buffalo Medical and Surgical Journal, Volumen13

1873
...will succeed at all. 11. That the cases best suited for operation are those which have persisted tor some considerable time, and in which the intestine...those least likely to be relieved by any other method. V2. That in the cases just referred to, after failure by injections, bougies, &c., an operation is...
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The Practitioner, Volumen12

1874
...it is not likely that he will succeed at all. 11. That the cases best suited for operation are those which have persisted for some considerable time, and...also precisely those least likely to be relieved by another method. 12. That in the cases just referred to, after failure Jay injections, bougies, &c.,...
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A Biennial Retrospect of Medicine, Surgery, and Their Allied Sciences: For ...

New Sydenham Society - 1874 - 542 páginas
...it is not likely that he will succeed at all. n. That the cases best suited for operation 'are those which have persisted for some considerable time and...incarcerated, and that these cases are also precisely those leastlikelyto.be relieved by any other method. 12. That in the cases just referred to, after failure...
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The Practitioner, Volumen12

1874
...cases just referred to, after failure tby injections, bougies, &c., an operation is strongly to be recommended. 13. That the records of postmortems justify the belief that, 'in a considerable number of cases referred to, the surgeon will encounter no material difficulty after opening the abdomen. 14....
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The Retrospect of Medicine: Being a Half-yearly Journal ..., Volumen71

1875
...it is not likely that he will succeed at all. 11. That the cases best suited for operation are those which have persisted for some considerable time, and...referred to, after failure by injections, bougies, &c., an operation is to be strongly recommended. 13. That the records of post-mortems justify the belief...
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British and Foreign Medico-chirurgical Review: Or, Quarterly ..., Volumen55

1875
...it is not likely that he will succeed at all. 11. That the cases best suited for operation are those which have persisted for some considerable time, and...referred to, after failure by injections, bougies, &c., an operation is to be strongly recommended. 13. That the records of post-mortems justify the belief...
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Proceedings of the Royal Medical and Chirurgical Society of London

Royal Medical and Chirurgical Society of London - 1875
...it is not likely that he will succeed at all. 11. That the cases best suited for operation are those which have persisted for some considerable time, and...referred to, after failure by injections, bougies, &c , an operation is to be strongly reccomended. 13. That the records of post-mortems justify the belief...
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A Biennial Retrospect of Medicine, Surgery, and Their Allied Sciences, for ...

New Sydenham Society - 1875 - 557 páginas
...is not likely that he will succeed at all. л. That the cases best suited for operation 'are those which have persisted for some considerable time and...the intestine is only incarcerated, and that these casea are also precisely those least likely to, be relieved by any other method. l2. That in the cases...
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St. Louis Clinical Record: A Monthly Journal of Medicine and Surgery, Volumen2

1876
...it is not likely that he will succeed at all. 11. That the cases best suited for operation are those which have persisted for some considerable time, and...referred to, after failure by injections, bougies, &c., an operation is to be strongly recommended. 13. That the records of post-mortems justify the belief...
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Baltimore Physician and Surgeon, Volúmenes2-6

1874
...it Is not likely that lie will succeed at all 11. That the cases best suited for operation are those which have persisted for some considerable time, and in which the intestine ig only incarcerated ; and that these cases are also precisely those least likely to be relieved by...
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